UWI mourns the passing of Sir Selvyn Walter

UWI mourns the passing of Sir Selvyn Walter

The UWI Regional Headquarters, Jamaica — The passing of Sir Selvyn Walter represents a monumental loss of intellectual forte, cultural pride and patriotism for the nation of Antigua and Barbuda and the University of the West Indies (UWI) community. Sir Selvyn...
The highs and lows of being a deaf entrepreneur

The highs and lows of being a deaf entrepreneur

To mark International Week of the Deaf, Observer’s Shahein Fitzpatrick talks to a trio of business-owners running a sewing enterprise in St John’s craft market Story and photos by Shahein Fitzpatrick Three deaf women who have owned and operated a sewing business for...
Registration underway for January sittings of CXC

Registration underway for January sittings of CXC

By Carlena Knight Registration for the January sittings of Caribbean Examinations Council (CXC) subject offerings is now ongoing. Myrick Smith, the local CXC registrar, shared the news on state media yesterday. According to Smith, thus far all indications show that...
Two teenagers set a good example for their peers

Two teenagers set a good example for their peers

The Antigua and Barbuda Humane Society has joined dog owner, Euwen Vigo, in commending two teenagers whose swift and responsible action resulted in the rescue and return to safety of Vigo’s dog, Snow. Snow was startled by claps of thunder and left the safety of his...
Calypso Monarch goes online for Independence

Calypso Monarch goes online for Independence

A virtual Calypso Monarch competition will be staged for the first time in the country’s history as part of this year’s Independence Celebrations. The event, set to take place on October 31, is open to all citizens of Antigua and Barbuda, aged 18 and over. The...
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